augie at schwer.us
Wed Aug 25 10:43:44 PDT 2004
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Steve Johnson said:
> I know in the old days NFS and portmap were a bad idea due to security
> issues. Is it still as exploitable as it used to be? I have a client
> that has a couple servers, and it sure would be nice to share a couple
> of tha data directories over NFS, but I'm paranoid about it.
> So whats your opinion?
I can't speak to its exploitability, but in any case it is probably a good
idea to wrap NFS in a secure protocol like SSH, SSL, or IPSEC.
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